Hey gang, have any of you ever happened to read the lengthy and complex Adobe Creative Suite privacy statement (start at athttps://www.adobe.com/privacy.html and follow the popcorn trail)? At least if I'm understanding it correctly it's one of the most evil and outrageous documents I've ever read. It seems to boil down to "Adobe reserves the right to do whatever it damn well wants with your data whenever it damn well wants," with its subtext being "the huge amount we charge for a subscription isn't enough to satisfy our greed, so we've cooked up a way to make an even more indecent profit from your membership by selling your data to all comers (North Koreans not excluded), and if you imagine you have any right to privacy we think that's just plain humorous." Which is why I (I only need Dreamweaver for my work) refuse to move on from the latest version I could purchase for a single once-and-for-all payment (even if DW6 does have a rogues' gallery of bugs that had been around for several versions that Adobe never bothered to fix). There's no way in hell I'm getting involved in a Web-based subscription service that allows me to use a bunch of software and other resources for which I have no need, at the same time forfeiting a large chunk of my privacy rights. I realize that this is 32-bit software that won't run on the next Mac OS upgrade, but I can see a couple of workarounds (such as running Mojave on an emulator such as Parallels, or running my current version of DW on an older Mac and accessing it via a combination of Target Display Mode and Screen Sharing. But I'm never going to let these clowns get their hands on another dime of my hard-earned. I've paid for DW once and that's enough. Or am completely misreading this thing?